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. in the meantime former secretary of state hillary clinton is receiving the state of illinois's highest honor tonight. governor pat quinis presenting secretary clinton with the award. she grew up outside ofzh chicag governor quinsaid she deserved for her service. 's basketball coach is also being honored. >> a scandal in a va hospital. the facility at phoenix under fire. they are under investigation for trying to hide records of people under their care. the whistle blower said she had to do it because the evidence was being destroyed. elizabeth prann has news from washington. >> reporter: hi, molly, three officials including the head of the face fist in phoenix veterans affair are temporarily out of a job as investigators work to see if 40 former servicemen died waiting for care. the department of veteran a fares released a statement that the employees were placed on leave. accusations are at least 1600 sick veterans waited month it is to see a physician. dr. sam fot said the hospital is understaffed and underfunded. that is similar to that of dr. kathryn mitchell. she described an environme
children of those seriously injured, including mentoring and peer-to-peer support. the clinton family is about to get a little larger. chelsea clinton, the daughter of the former president bill clinton and former secretary of state hillary rodham clinton announces she's pregnant. she and her husband, marc mezvinsky, are expecting their first baby this fall. chelsea, sharing the news at a clinton foundation event on empowering women. >> i just hope that i will be as good a mom to my child, and hopefully children, as my mom was to me. >> for "teen kids news," i'm rick leventhal, "fox news channel in the classroom." >> the famous astronomer galileo said that we can't understand the world around us without first understanding math. what galileo didn't say was that seeing math in action can be surprisingly fun. scott tells us more. >> the national museum of mathematics welcomes visitors of all ages seven days a week. >> they make, like, games, and you're learning and you don't even notice. >> so, people think that math is just about, you know, numbers and symbols all on a page and incompre
the best. >> let's listen to bill clinton now, and he talks about how lonely he is. >> being i. you sunk my battleship. yes! >> i want to thank the academy for this tremendous honor. this may be the greatest moment of my life. i mean, ever since i was a little boy, i've wanted to be a real actor. >> all right, so, we are back and i'm sitting here because mark lamont hill got up and left me. and joining us, our tech guy who's going to join us for the top of the hour. a final thought from you, miss gold, before we go? >> i'm really excited to see the great speeches we have tonight. i'm interested to see how much obama skewers himself. he tends to make superficial jokes about himself. george w. bush was known for skewering himself, how people thought he was dumb or something, so he played along with it. i hope obama goes for himself really deeply this year. >> all right, guys, thank you, everyone. appreciate it. i'm don lemon, our special coverage from the white house correspondents' dinner continues. >>> tonight, the stars are out in washington, d.c.. >> this is a hollywood crowd. >> it's the
to be interviewed, and president obama and clinton, who agreed to be interviewed for that. thank you very much. [applause] i want to talk for a minute just about the state of play. i want to thank my family. my wife, denise. i sons, jack, jim, and ryan for all of their help and support, particularly for this last year but for the last wendy five. -- 25. i want to thank our washington bureau and their commitment to journalism in washington and around the world. it allows us to keep doing work that allows is -- needs to be done. colleagueshank my lesley clark and david goldstein because they have basically covered it well i turned this job into a full-time job and they have done all the briefings and travel i have not been able to do and i could not have done it without them. i want to thank this lord. board.rd -- this our board is a collection of the most terrific people you ever see. they had a pool issue trying to certain country and three or four members on the other side of the planet and some of us here working around the clock with the white house and they keep the wheels going so we can
clinton will be the next president. in second place, way down, jay bush, jeb bush, he only had 6%. with the media already thinking that her fetus the old, dd says this is all the proof that you need. there's no question that they are more democratic than republican. but compared to the obama fervor. the collective thrill, it won't be quite that much more exciting, as it? >> look at what jay carney dead. he was a carny and she's got a mess on her hands. look at what clinton said. look at what she did. >> in what way? but what lott did she break? she may have acted poorly, but why? >> if that is the case, we don't know. and it is a serious issue. and so already we know a lot of cover-up. and she is just as bad as nixon or clinton. >> we want to bring in our all-stars. she has to actually understand. it looks at the foolish things. >> but where is the leadership in the republican leadership? what is the phrase that we use? tingly in the spine? and start the process. >> i'm not disagreeing with you. but maybe the republicans can just counter with somebody there. >> they are asking th
ousted president. >>> back here at home, clinton may not have yet made up her mind if she's running for president in 2016. but tim kane has. democratic national committee chairman announcing his support for mrs. clinton's potential 2016 presidential run. i announced his endorsement in south carolina. the senator saying, quote, she's the right person for the job. i'll be starting my fifth year in the senate on earring's day 2017. she's the partner i know i'll wants to be working with in the white house on all fronts. >> story about another former secretary of state, condoleeza rice, deciding not to deliver the commencement address at rutgers university in new jersey. in a statement, she says her involvement had become, quote, a distraction for the university communities. this comes after some students and faculty had held protests over her role in the iraq war. they say mrs. rice bore some responsibilities for the war as a member of the bush administration. the school originally planned to pay the former secretary $35,000 for her commencement speech. >>> arthel, in los angeles, the w
for her. what would gloria do - i asker - coming up. rsafe". >> in 2008 you supported hillary clinton's bid for president and you argued the sex barrier is not taken as seriously as the racial one. is the feminist movement taking a back seat to the civil rights movement? >> no, i don't think so, but the feminist movement owes much of its exitens to the civil rights union. the whole idea that we could be equal people is a contagious idea of freedom. and because in the anti-vietnam movement and in the civil rights movement, women were not altogether equal as you see in the marches, where there were no women speaking. women realised wait a minute if in the movements that matter to us so much, and are so important, we are still not, there needs to be an autonomous movement. >> you saw them as growing in concert as opposed to position. >> most women in the world are not white women. they may experience a form of race discrimination as well sex discrimination. for men and women, if you want to defeat racism, you have to be a feminist because you have to free reproduction. if you want to be
't -- wait a second, leten me finish! let me finish my say with what i think. me >> sure. >> hillary clinton says, we know they killed these people what, difference does did make anymore? >> because they covered it up, bob! >> so what!if >> every administration covers things up! >> should they be able toatio because it makes the president look good? >> who cares! they're not saying, gee, i wonderer what happened in benghazi. >> if it happened with a republican president and he w lied -- you would lose your mind. >> go after the f.b.i., go after all the other things you're talking about.go but this is, we've overkilled this. the republicans are using this purely for political reasons. not that they don't care about i four people being dead. and do you think they had this committee -- >> bob, wow. >> if you you were you admitting this was used to win ant election, then that didn't win an election. >> it was a piece of winning anw election. >> i'm sorry. i didn't mean to cut that. it was part ofie w them winning. >> the flour in the batter.r >> if you look at incumbent whiteok houses, they're g
presidents, the clintons, sarah palin, cheney. he helps people book book deals, tv shows. he is really sort of a fixer. he has cornered the market on helping people and broadcast media, people in the white house, people all over sort of cash in on their post-public life. >> here is what rob bernette looks like. >> we have a strong business department that does business deals and acquisition and structuring. then we have things like i do of publishing. i represent, i think you know, about 300 the television news correspondents and their contracts. i also represent the ex-politicians that come on. i present a lot of corporate executives. i get a lot of media relations things, criminal investigations. my own practice is generally described like that. >> he works by the hour. if you hire him, you pay him a lot instead of a cut of your book. did you ever think about going to him as an agent? >> no, i could not write about him if i did. i think bob has been very successful in going to people who have $10 million book deals, because when you look at the hours and rates, it will come to a lot less
of the documents? he obviously wasn't in the lead when all this occurred. secretary clinton was. but now he has the responsibility to make sure his state department is releasing all the documents we have requested. >> marie harf said yesterday there are no unreleased documents and that the entire exercise is a fishing expedition. >> what the republicans allege that there was attempts by this administration to cover up or spin what happened is 100% false. >> a fox news poll shows that by a margin of 61% to 26%, voters believe the white house is trying to cover up what happened in benghazi rather than being open and transparent. those views are mostly unchanged since last year. there is a risk in the gop benghazi strategy. democratic incumbents -- the gop's intent to win back the senate in the midterms could be thwarted if republicans pile on with an excessive focus on benghazi. >> in ten minutes, we'll go in-depth on this issue and what we can expect. thanks, doug. >>> now to the growing crisis in ukraine that shows no signs of abating. secretary of state john kerry calling today's release of se
where president clinton apologized for the fact that the u.s. government had lied to 600 putin in tuskegee, alabama in something called the tuskegee syphilis study. two weeks later i went to a cancer center, very famous cancer center in the united states and since i worked for the federal government at the time, they bring out the dog and pony show to talk about how great their research is. i was sitting next to their marketing guy, started talking to him, just want to let you guys know, marketing people are evil. be very careful. he started explaining to me there business plan for prostate cancer screening. and announce prostate cancer is going to be free and getting at a certain moral in 6 weeks but it is predictable how much increased business, and the hospital cares about their man. it is predictable how much increase in business hospital is going to get in their chest pain center. they know how much brief publicity they are going to get and if we announce the free screening we get the equivalent of this much of what we pay, how much we paid to the local newspaper in public
in the clinton administration, had first laid out. this was quite a tough memo, and immediately created an enormous backlash by the corporate lobby, the white-collar defense bar, and that the prosecutors's implemented this memo from larry thompson, who was quite tough on corporate criminals, they overreached and it started to get rolled back over the decade, and that is one of the problems with how they lost these tools in learning how to investigate and prosecute crimes. host: when you say overreach, is it because they showed too much teeth in the matter? guest: yes, one of the seminal cases, well there were 2, 1 is arthur anderson. arthur andersen was the accounting firm that enabled and run, and it was a recidivist firm. it had health accounting fraudsters like waste management and sunbeam and had settled for notional amounts of money, almost the cost of doing business. in fact, they even thought of it as a cost of doing business, which is completely anathema to preventing corporate crime. intron, arthurof andersen partners destroyed documents, and the department of justice felt it h
before a congressional committee chaired by clinton anderson who was a senator from new mexico and he says how does this happen? how does this happen? he used a phrase that has been used before but still applicable. cheese says it was a failure of imagination. we simply couldn't conceive the idea that this series of bizarre events, one would trigger the other which would trigger the other which would lead to these men's death. the same thing happened on december 7th, 1941. we simply didn't conceive, there were war games about it, the war department, one of the real victims, walter short of the events of pearl harbor and how they're treated after word but they didn't ever think that the japanese could move six aircraft carriers over 4,000 miles along with dozens of escort ships over 400, 500 airplanes, thousands of men, stopped in mid ocean to refuel and come in and attack hawaii and not only that but attack the philippines, attack midway, attack wake island, all these other faces, in a massive strike. no one thought the japanese had the industrial plan, the war material even the polit
clinton t relates it a minimum wage proposal similar to the one we're considering today. here's what he wrote: "your entire economic team believes that this approach is too aggressive and are concerned that it could approve damaging to employment prospects of low-skilled workers, as well as to the general microeconomic performance of our economy." bue memo noted there was a plus side to supporting the proposal. it would unify the liberal wing of the democratic party. well, today feels like deja vu all over again because even though our constituents keep telling us that they expect washington to focus on jobs, that's clearly not what they're getting from the senate. instead senate democrats are pushing legislation today that would cost as many as a million jobs in this country, legislation that the left flank of their party demands. that's their response to the pleas of our constituents to do something about jobs. the proposal that nonpartisan analysts tells us could cost jobs. these are the same washington democrats who have been at the helm of our economy for five and a half years, the
the extensive and heated hearings with secretary clinton. >> we are still not getting documents and we've asked for a subpoena and asked them to turn over things we've requested. when we will be get ought -- get all of the documents. secretary clinton now has a responsibility to make sure his state department is releasing all of the documents we requested. >> ands ayou know -- as you know, harry reid said this is an election year stunt and are there any mistakes the committee could make to give the impression the hearing is laced with political motive. >> here is what is interesting. it is obvious the president was trying to stall this coming out before 2012 and he knows this originated during an election year stunt from the white house. we are only asking for facts. they are not democrat or republican facts, they are just facts. released how this came about so the american people can solve this and move on. this could have been resolved a year ago but because they are slowly releasing documents or with holding documents we are still fighting the battle. let's get this out and move on. the acco
on the defensive, and raised fresh questions for hillary clinton as she gears up for 2016. >>> plus, harry reid in the hot seat as vulnerable senate democrats demand a vote on the k keystone pipeline. >>> and a big win for rick perry as toyota moves from california to texas. can he ride the record all the way to the white house? >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report" i'm paul gigot. fresh questions about the obama report to shake the narrative in the days following september 11, 2012, the u.s. mission in benghazi, libya, that killed four american diplomats. an e-mail showed a white house official played a role and susan race and her talk show appearances. ben rhodes writing in an e-mail two days before that the administration wanted her, quote, to underscore that these protests are rooted in an internet video, and not a broader failure of policy. joining the panel this week, "wall street journal" columnist and deputy editor dan henninger. matt kominski and columnist mary anastasia o'grady. matt, i thought all the e-mails were supposed to have been released long ago. how did this turn up
clinton. >>> and a new generation of power. one city's plans to transform landfills into sources of energy. it's today's big idea. >>> it is also derby day. with horse names like wicked strong, junk in the trunk, and thissier's favorite, california chrome, will we get our first triple crown winner in 36 years? we'll go to churchill downs as well. good saturday to you. i'm craig melvin. in ukraine, they're calling it war. right now the military is desperately trying to take back portions of that country from pro-russian separatists. it all came to a bloody head friday when at least 42 people were killed in odessa as fires and gunfights broke out during violent clashes between pro and anti-russian groups. 125 people were hurt yesterday. russia's president vladimir putin is blaming the surge in violence on ukraine and the west as well. it's putting new pressure on the white house to find a way to force russia to withdraw. nbc's kristen welker is live for us at the white house with more this afternoon. kristen, first of all, what are president obama's options here? >> well, he doesn't have a w
questions for hillary clinton as she gears up for 2016. >>> plus, harry reid in the hot seat as vulnerable senate democrats demand a vote on the k keystone pipeline. >>> and a big win for rick perry as toyota moves from california to texas. can he ride the record all the way to the white house? >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report" i'm paul gigot. fresh questions about the obama
looks into everything and gets folks like hillary clinton, who is at the center of this thing before, during and after, so that she can answer questions and if not voluntarily, then a subpoena. we need to have one committee that looks at everything, that is lineded with professionals, qualified members and the legal, military and intelligence worlds, so they can ask the questions we need so that we can hold folks accountable and find out the truth. >> among the questions remain, who briefed susan rice? we still don't know who did t t that, whether it was the white house or state department. you think this committee can get that answered? >> i absolutely do. i mean, let's put it this way. it is the responsibility of the obama administration that we now have this select committee that's being formed because of their actions, but more importantly, their inactions and not being forthcoming with information and documents and photos like they did on the bin laden raid. you saw all kinds of photos and documents and everything just spewing out of the white house, but nothing with this. it's
. former secretary state hillary clinton is getting another boost to her expected but not announced plans to run for president. senator tim kaine says he's ready for hillary, saying she's shown grace handling all problems in her years of public service. >>> the scene of yesterday's violent clashes. it was the deadliest day in months. at least 42 people were killed overnight as fire broke out amid protests in the southern port city of odessa. pro-russian separatists and government supporters clashed in the streets and threw firebombs and stones as riot police attempted to suppress the flare-up. today, russian foreign minister sergey lavrov said the u.s. should call on ukraine to halt its military operations but he did agree on b on the need to a to the agreement made in geneva. we touched base a short time ago with correspondent james match who's on the ground there. >> reporter: the authorities here in ukraine insist their offensive to regain control of the eastern part of their country is not over. despite a day of setbacks yesterday in which they lost men and at least two helicopters. t
have hilary clinton asking what difference does it make? it makes a big difference and the polls are reflecting that. >> for this guy to say, dude, that was like two years ago. are you kidding me? there's four families grieving and i guarantee two years later, 20 months later, they're still grieving. >> what does that have to do with whether or not he substituted one word for another. this is where people are critics trying to jump on something that doesn't exist. don't forget, trust in government was low when watergate happened. when we didn't find weapons of mass destruction. when clinton was lying about sex at the white house. come on. you're trying to make something out of nothing. >> i'm not trying to make something out of nothing. this is a president that said he was going to have the most transparent administration in the history of presidents and there's nothing coming out. >> and we have an ambassador dead. >> ambassador dead. >> what does that have to do with the deaths of these good people? this is about public relations coming out of the white house. >> it's his attit
to be president. i think the country is ready. my colleague just wrote a book on hillary clinton. i asked him if she is running and what his take was. he said the question is not whether she is running. the question is whether she will stop running. [laughter] she is essentially running for president now. that gets into the big challenge for her, which is what dog her in 2008. she does best when she is the underdog. if she has the front runner status and is walking into it like it is a coronation, that could hurt her. i think it will be interesting to see what issues she grabs onto and tries to frame to try to capture the underdog status. last week she was at a speaking engagement. she said something along the lines of don't discount older women, we are not senile. i think that is one way she could be trying to find that kind of issue. laro was just talking about the demographic challenges for older , that would be a way for democrats to be able to grab onto that demographic group. asked -- >> is there anyone that could be her? >> in a primary, i think the answer is no. i would not rule out t
is the most militarized border in the world called the dmz, ironically. clinton said it kept him up at night. there's all these land mines for miles and miles and miles. they have to go to china. so invading would be a complete horror. and what's the worst part is all the people in the concentration camps, and you can see them on google earth, and, you know, really, really awful what's happening right now. they're all told if we get invaded, we're going to kill all of you, and we're burning the camps down. just like the nazis tried to do. do so -- it'll get wheels turning in the right direction. like how do you save a people who have been so and oppressed for so long? another metaphor i always use the slaves after the american war where for decades it was horrible for them and not comparing tragedies, but in north korea it's amazing. i mean, at least in the south they were in a semi-free state. this is just a complete nightmare system. so we see increasingly these media companies going into north korea and producing documentary content. why does north korea let these people into the country?
't show anything wrong, if hillary clinton was not running for president, if she was not a candidate in a lot of people's minds already we wouldn't be talking about benghazi already, about something else. >> they do show proof of a white house coverup in that e-mail, despite subpoenas from congress and statements that everything had bin turned over. all when the president was touting a victory over al qaeda. less than a week after benghazi, the ambassadors told sunnyvale rice to go on the sunday talk shows, not a broader failure of policy. but that was again the white house line, it was a tough election year but democrats are argue as michael just said that there isn't anything new in that e-mail, that there's no smoking gun, that what rhodes wrote is in line with earlier talking points. so is this in ado about nothing? >> we don't know where president obama was, he wasn't in the situation room. he was in the situation room when osama bin laden was caught. but when we have an attack on our can embassy and an american ambassador was killed, this was an election year, his attack on ter
clinton's very first dinner. he had a big hollywood following. they all wanted to come to the dinner. she said then of course when barak obama came to dinner, it became even bigger, during those two administrations, we are seeing a big influx of hollywood stars this whole week, really. >> and everything in between those two administrations. okay. thank you so much. we appreciate it. wing will forward it to. of course, we'll be covering it this evening. cnn gives you the best seat in the house for the coeur d'alene sp -- correspondence dinner. tune in. coming up in 30 minutes, we're counting down to the fastest two minutes in sports and a possible historic kentucky derby win. and at 3:00 from tornado to flooding, chad meyers looks back at this week's wild and dangerous weather. see you in 30 minutes. "your money" starts right now. >>> a decisive turn in the job market. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." like the movie, the u.s. economy was frozen in the first quarter. the polar vortex shrinking growth. but let it go. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ >> there is a spring thaw and jo
is where was hillary clinton. where was hillary clinton. susan rice wrote an op-ed saying mrs. clinton was overwhelmed by the events of that week. that's why she was picked to go on the sunday talk shows. that's the reason, she was kree emotionally disturbed? i want an answer to that especially if she decides for run for president. >> and more than a mild curiosity that one would ask where was the president. >> and what has the president done in the last 18 months. that is the biggest failure of all. terrorists got away with this scot-free. it's a terrible lesson for the terrorists, and for americane e a adversaries all over the world. >> and the latest report on al qaeda, 43% increase in terrorist attacks.>> and the latest repor qaeda, 43% increase in terrorist attacks. 2012, 2013. this as the administration itself was saying al qaeda was on the run and basically a countdone deal. your thoughts. >> this is the ideology of the administration being rebutted by the facts and the director of national intelligence, james clapper, testified a few months ago that the threat from al qaeda was
-- in 1995, that's where 64% of home ownership where we are right now, and you had clinton to increase homeowner ship up to 70%, and then you had barney frank saying let's roll the dice on mortgages and that created the entire housing dilemma and recession, and there's a reason the home ownership rate should stay 64 to 65% in america. getting back to the average is a good thing. >> jessica, quickly? >> well, i am going to say that i agree that home ownership as an economic indicator is not a wise place to go, but i disagree as to where that came from. it was as a result of the economy bubble that we had in 2000 and going forward in 2001 after the terrorists attacks and a direct relationship from the bush bang. but we could go from there -- >> that had nothing to do with that. >> oh, it absolutely did. that's when we started looking at home ownership as an economic indicator. >> we can't get into that right now, and i am sorry, jessica. i want to get tracy in. it's hard to get credit and hard to save for a down payment and get a mortgage. >> that's it. and maybe i don't want to dump my
the pay $35,000 for the important it appears trip hillary clinton got more support for a presidential campaign that has not been officially announced. democratic senator of such a hill and joyce endorses she says the run. >> : speaking at a breakfast third democratic hurricane says that clinton say is a shows great for wanting to be president. none is not yet announced whether she will seek the nomination but she does believe democratic contenders can help the early polls. >> : >> : secretary of state john kerry says music star% to increase security and democracy for its people. he highlighted nigeria's of sedan somalia and spectral african republic ford sought stability and financial development. it is also calling for expansion on the area putting up teen- agers restored himself away. it is now returning home. but above the forecast only come back[doorbell rings] hey. hey. what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game. call now to get a
review board. >> eli, we have a minute left. in the end, does the buck stop with secretary clinton and does this become an issue in 2016? >> i think this is an issue in 2016 for hillary clinton in two ways. she will be running on her tenure of secretary of state. this is something that because it was a diplomatic post and requests for more security that were not given to the time would be seen as a failure. the second thing is her own accountability review board which she tout a number of times never interviewed her and never found senior officials accountable for benghazi and blamed it on mid officials, one reinstated by john kerry because his dismissal and punishment at the time was not warranted. that could come back to haunt her. >> eli lake, thank you. >> thank you. >>> there is fashion, there is gossip and a lot of celebrities. it is not the oscars, but a lot of politicos that can learn a lot at the white house correspondents dinner. >>> and one locks himself in the studio. all the makings of a political thriller? that's because it is. beautiful day in baltimore where most pe
going on. we have all these things to get to. people are are talking about. the clintons overnight tim kaine became the late toast throw his support behind hillary clinton. this came a few days after bill clinton spoke at georgetown university and delivered a deflgsz of his economic record as president. to head off trouble on the left for hilary. >> how many times i have read from the left bitter criticism about what a slug i was to sign the balanced budget of ' 96 lowering the capital gains rate. i did it but we had the money to do it and it was the price i paid to e get the children's health insurance program and all that education stuff and i would do it again tomorrow in a heartbeat. >> so the legacy of bill clinton on economic issues and domestic issues, it plays a role in how the democratic party looks at him and i found that speech so interesting because when i look at the clinton years, i think the speech was two hours, which was short for bill clinton. i think you could make a case to be satisfying to the liberal base but he forged this alliance. talk about what happened in 20
secretary of state hillary clinton might be asked to either by the select committee or darrell issa's committee as well, if she is there put in front and questioned, what might be said and how might this hurt her should she run in 2016? >> well, that's one of the biggest sort of issues out there outstanding regarding her tenure as secretary of state. so certainly if it comes to that, you know, we'll have to see whether or not she is willing to engage and take it on. she did testify a few times regarding this and seemed to hold up her end of the bargain. >> right. >> and didn't really sully her image that much or damage her approval rating so we'll see whether or not she's willing to engage. remember, her book is coming out next month where it's expected she'll discuss this a little bit. >> it's a year now, a year and a half if she were to run she'll get into it. it's kind of early perhaps to be bringing her in front of congress, would you say? >> yeah. in fact, you know, maybe she thinks, you know what, if they really want me to come and do this, let's do it and get it out of the wa
or clinton to run for president in 2016 or as hillary rodham put it not a problem. >> that's really good: "fox & friends" this saturday morning. thanks so much for waking up with us. the word dude rears its ugly head once in a while. >> like ashton kutcher dude, where is my car. >> fast times at ridgemont high you don't expect to to hear it from the national security spokesperson when he is being interviewed on "special report" with bret baier. did you see the interview with bret baier. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points. >> maybe i don't remember. >> you don't remember. >> dude, this is like two years ago. >> dude, it is the thing that everybody is talking about. >> we are talking about the process of editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do all day long. >> this is almost two years ago. first of all it was about 20 months ago. not even two years ago it has taken way too long for all of this in the first place. are you showing any respect for the four innocent americans who lost their lives and their families by not preparing for an intervi
. >>> i heard last night that president clinton charged abraham lincoln's ghost 10,000 to sleep in his own bed. so that's -- that doesn't seem right to me, you know? i mean -- no. look, the preds, you know, has come under fire for raising money but, you know, he's good at it. he's good at raising money. that's not a bad thing. every president has done it, it's just that president clinton is very, very, very good at it. do you know he has organized in the past year over 100 fundraising dinners and over 200 fundraising midnight snacks. did you know that? is he laughing? is he -- >>> is the president -- he's drinking a lot of water but ultimately he is laughing. tomorrow night in washington is the white house correspondents' dinners which affords, let's be honest, the ethically dub bows and in poor taste annual opportunity for the white house press corps to canoodl, the one great civic virtue sincerely about the white house corresponden correspondents' dinner is it is freaking funny. it's always funny even when the comedy pushes the limit for what you are allowed to say in polite company. >>
met the president. you met the secretary of state, then secretary of state hillary clinton. you looked them in the eye. >> that's exactly right. this memo, it came out on the 12th -- i'm sorry, on the 14th. this was about the same time that i met hillary clinton when the bodies came in to andrews air force base. and i think i mentioned this to you before. hillary clinton came up to me and i gave her a handshake and a hug. and when i shook her hand, she said to me, "we are going to have the filmmaker arrested." even at that time she was trying to place a spin on what happened. it wasn't a result of a video. they had two drones above the battle in benghazi feeding real-time video to the situation room in the white house. they could see as it was happening on september 11th and september 12th for seven or eight hours, they watched this battle happen. they didn't watch a video protest. they watched a battle with militants that were associated with al qaeda. >> yeah. now earlier this week we had testimony, brigadier general -- retired brigadier general lovell testified the military should h
somebody for this crap. clinton on the o'hand swam through his because the economy was really good some of the con tenlts of most of the politics, personality and all, oftentimes comes in that package, that box that says how you doing? >> that's the whole atmosphere, you know. and so you take on the characteristics of the atmosphere, your term in office does. so change the atmospherics, you know, because the atmospherics should be getting better. >> that's what they're trying to do. they're making a big message if the news is bad, they're going be the ones that give the middle class and the working class a chance at fighting back. that is the sort of elegant and overarching strategy here. we know it's not that much better, so we're going to keep telling you guys that we're the ones fighting. >> i'm a little concerned about the president. everyone says you shouldn't brag and i know the bush family never bragged, but the fact is, that's old money talking. old money does haven't to brag. >> new money does. >> yeah. and i i've watched the feed of some good democratic candidates because they
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to the d block? >> let me finish what i think. hillary clinton said we know islamic radicals kill these people, what difference does it make anymore? >> because they covered it up. if they did it before, they will do it again. >> every administration covers up things. >> should they cover up because it makes the president look bad? >> who cares? who cares? average american is not saying, gee, i wonder what happened with benghazi. go after the fbi, go after all the things we're talking about. we've overkilled this. the republicans are using this for political reasons. not that they don't care about four people dead, do you think it would be in a committee -- >> if you were admitting that this was used to win an election. >> that didn't win an election. it was a piece of winning an election. >> i'm sorry. it was part of him wing. >> it was the flour in the batter. >> if you look at incumbent houses they are going out of their way to avoid controversy -- >> you know what else dude said last night that no one had ever said in 20 months. he said president obama was not in the situation
-- and, you know, not -- >> charlie: including carter, clinton and obama? >> everybody. bush, everybody. whether it's two-party talks, six-party talks. >> charlie: failed. and part of it is rational people trying to deal with crazies. >> charlie: and the chinese, too, is an element to it. they've got a lot to lose. >> the chinese have been less helpful than they could be. they have a strong interest in getting the issue dealt with. but here's the thing that's always struck me, the north koreans talk all the time about the fact that we're still technically at war with them, legally at war with them, because all we did was sign an arms agreement not a peace treaty. and during the periods where the negotiations were active, they kept saying why won't you declare you're not at war with us? and we say, you know, the usual thing, what you're taught as a diplomat or any kind of negotiator, it's a bargaining chip and we're holding the chip and of course we don't think we're at war with you. my view is bargaining chips you don't get to spend are not worth anything. so why not just say, okay. jus
with clinton, and then he got to the edge and said, i didn't inhale. [laughter] come on, brother. tavis: that has to be the greatest faux pas of his presidency. something funny, i didn't inhale. that was hilarious. i tried it, but i didn't inhale. >> in rectors spec, what did he have to lose? -- in retrospect. knee-jerka lawyer reaction. a trained logger. next but there are a lot of forces in our society who still couldthat legalizing it be wrong. >> they are called republicans. they are wrong. >> my dad was a cop, lapd, 30 years. the station in east l.a. is named after my uncle. this isn't bogus, this minor intoxicant, they are putting people in jail. >> it is a medicine, and always has been since the beginning of recorded history. the chinese have used it for medicine for various illness, including cancer. i used it today, and it works. i used it for the flu the other day. and i a huge dose of thc was incommunicado for a while, but i am here. tavis: i have often wondered whether or not back in the day -- and i want to talk about the hispanic comedians that have that you were the forer
. longtime friend of the clintons, no reference to democrat or democratic party in a state that is increasingly republican. i do not think any state has turned so sharply republican in recent times as arkansas, unless maybe west virginia for some of the same reasons. that ad was heavily criticized by democratic media advertising specialists, privately, not publicly. sophisticates perhaps are turned r said.what pryo you have to remember the arkansas electorate. in recent elections in the white evangelical christians have been close to 60% of the turnout. actually of appeal can make a difference. it is an emotional appeal but in heor's sense reveals what considers to be important or tries to sell that idea. up, aone poll has him long way between now and november. we will cover all the campaigns on the c-span network. steve from austin, texas, good morning. caller: good morning, thank you. rayburn,sk you, sam years ago, when he retired from sticker of the house he only had a few thousand dollars in his checking account. these guys are retiring as millionaires. are these guys a
obama isn't running again but hilary clinton might and she was secretary of state. what was she doing at the time? the sper view last night first came to my mind the 2008 campaign by hilary clinton. the 3:00 a.m. phone call. who is going to be ready to take that 3:00 a.m. call? the president wasn't even in the situation room during a major emergency. >> the 23-year-old aid who doesn't believe this is important at all. and there are four dead americans including the first ambassador killed since 1979. >> he said well it's just old news. i don't know why it happens in politics it's okay to give up the investigation and i think essentially that's where we're at. but let me ask you another question. i want to add tommy veitor and the interview is picking up steam online. i tweeted this, is bret baier changing his twitter name to dude and he said i think i'll leave it. next time carny uses bush as an excuse respond, dude, that was 5 years ago. and tommy himself chiming in. no doubt that bret baier is a good dude. thanks for having me on. should he be the news dude from now on? >> i think t
seized by another country. would moscow show restraint week after week. how would president clinton responded parts of this country were seized to request to remove his army from those parts of the country. there is some irony in russian demand given the manner in which it would deal with separatism within its borders. it has been 63 days since russia began its campaign to annex crimea. the ukrainian government has chosen peace day after day. russia, day after day, has chosen to pursue more territory. consider the following facts. it stopped almost all train movements. that is an illegal act. it is an illegal act. for russian activists beat up to journalists near the administration building. we can go on and on about the illegal acts. 32 buildings are under occupation. we have seen dozens of officials legally detained. and the group of eight monitors objected in direct defiance. alongside all this action, we have heard the russian federation building its case for intervention. we were not even part in the ukraine in the good old days. invoking article 51 and self-defense as activate
an al qaeda group was linked that night. on the night of the attack, mrs. clinton spoke with the president. at 10:07 p.m., clinton sent out a press release before the attack was over, linking the violence to the video. bret baier asked tommy veeter where that information came from. >> september 11, who tells hillary clinton at 10:00 p.m. to put out this statement that says some have sought to justify this vicious behavior, the announcement has already happened about the benghazi attack, as a response to inflammatory material posted on the internet? at 10:00 p.m. eastern time, this is still going on, this attack. so where does that come from? >> i don't know. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this is like two years ago. >> dude? everybody is talking about this. >> we're talking about the process of editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do. >> reporter: he conceded that the president was not in the situation room on the night of the attack. >> when hillary clinton ta
have what it takes to topple democratic darling hillary clinton in 2016? >> i'm confident he can reach out to people who may at this point feel like the republican party doesn't listen to him. >> a new report says he's gaining momentum. we'll take a look. >> his organization gave more money to the minority community than others. >> the leader of the l.a. naacp resigned under fire after planning to honor clippers owner donald sterling. does the civil rights organization really serve the folks? >>> caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >>> hi, i'm laura ingram, in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. benghazi and americans' distrust of the government. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as speaker john boehner finally announces a select committee to investigate benghazi. a recent fox poll shows 61% of americans think the administration has been in cover-up mode on the issue. it's pathetic handling of the attack that killed four americans, has bred more distrust and more cynicism in a pu public that needs good new
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